1 Dirt Cheap Stock Ready to Bounce

Deckers Outdoor has had a rough 2012, but the company has fallen squarely into value-stock territory now. Despite some fundamental weakness such as reliance on just one major brand, Deckers continues to perform well.

The company has achieved impressive returns on invested capital, carries no debt, and has an industry-leading margin. Deckers Outdoor could head significantly higher if it executes well this holiday shopping season.

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